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Old 07-14-2010, 12:45 PM   #76
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Any ESPN Insiders here?

Word is NFL: Mike Wallace of the Pittsburgh Steelers looks to be 2010's top breakout player - ESPN has Justin Tryon listed as the 5th best prospect for this season, per Bill Barnwell of Football Outsiders.
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5. Justin Tryon, CB, Washington Redskins
It's hard to make much of an impact in the Washington secondary. Over the past few years, no team has dedicated more resources to the defensive backfield -- both draft picks and free agent cash -- than the Redskins. Yet, while DeAngelo Hall allows countless completions and LaRon Landry overruns play after play, the team unearthed a bona fide starting corner in the fourth round of the 2008 draft. Tryon only started two games during his second year in the league, but he played like he belonged in the Millionaires' Club. According to the Football Outsiders game charting project, Tryon allowed 5.8 adjusted yards per attempt, nearly a half-yard better than any other Redskins corner. Despite spending time in the slot, Tryon didn't allow receivers to get open deep; passes at him were only thrown an average of 7.8 yards away from the line of scrimmage, the lowest figure -- by far -- among Redskins corners. He took Fred Smoot's job away during the year, and while he has to beat out Phillip Buchanon for the nickel job in camp (spoiler: he will), he may have Carlos Rogers' starting job in his back pocket by the end of the season.
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5. Justin Tryon, CB, Washington Redskins
It's hard to make much of an impact in the Washington secondary. Over the past few years, no team has dedicated more resources to the defensive backfield -- both draft picks and free agent cash -- than the Redskins. Yet, while DeAngelo Hall allows countless completions and LaRon Landry overruns play after play, the team unearthed a bona fide starting corner in the fourth round of the 2008 draft. Tryon only started two games during his second year in the league, but he played like he belonged in the Millionaires' Club. According to the Football Outsiders game charting project, Tryon allowed 5.8 adjusted yards per attempt, nearly a half-yard better than any other Redskins corner. Despite spending time in the slot, Tryon didn't allow receivers to get open deep; passes at him were only thrown an average of 7.8 yards away from the line of scrimmage, the lowest figure -- by far -- among Redskins corners. He took Fred Smoot's job away during the year, and while he has to beat out Phillip Buchanon for the nickel job in camp (spoiler: he will), he may have Carlos Rogers' starting job in his back pocket by the end of the season.
a lot of promise there.. just seems a bit premature.. definitely wouldn't mind if it worked out that way
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a lot of promise there.. just seems a bit premature.. definitely wouldn't mind if it worked out that way
Agreed. Of course this would be great, but I am not nearly as optimistic. Lets wait til these guys get into some pads and we can go from there.
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The Om Field: 2010 Redskins: Great Expectations?

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Oh yeah.. football is so close.
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Agreed. Of course this would be great, but I am not nearly as optimistic. Lets wait til these guys get into some pads and we can go from there.
Yeah it seems like the small amount of stats available lead him to being a pretty solid nickel. Though I guess the talk about Carlos has more to do with Carlos' play than Tryon being worthy of the number 1 or 2 spot.
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Old 07-14-2010, 03:59 PM   #84
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well some of that is carryover from the last regime.. and having the youngest team doesn't necessarily make you a contender.. the oldest team last year won the big game.. not that being old is what you aim for or anything. As far as young "stars" go they're right that we don't have much in that regard. They mention H.B. Blades whom is almost 26 so in that same regard, though only 26 by a couple of months Justin Tryon (named to their top 5 prospect list this year) is worthy of being mentioned in the same case, just not by the strictly defined standard of age.
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Wow...that would be awesome if Tryon broke through...just because it was so unexpected.
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I got hyped about him last offseason and he didn't do much of anything so I don't see the attraction to him this year. Don't get me wrong i would love a surprise out of the kid. If he can take over for Carlos at the end of the year that would be awesome!

What are the Football Outsiders rate of being correct about thier projections?
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What are the Football Outsiders rate of being correct about thier projections?
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